FROM the fireplaces to the tall ceilings to the attractive 1920s facade, this gracious New Town home offers that enticing old-world charm that so many homeowners love.
Spacious and renovated, this property would be ideal for a family to pack their stuff and move right in.
On entry from the veranda, which wraps around one of the bedrooms, there is easy access into the family room to the left and the bedrooms and bathrooms directly ahead.
All of the three bedrooms are very generous in size. There is also a study, home office or a fourth bedroom if required.
In the family-sized, tiled bathroom there is a tub, a separate shower, timber cabinets and his-and-hers sinks.
Further down the hall there is a deck, a living and dining zone and the kitchen housed in the modern extension, which blends easily with the old-world charm of the original house.
Well-appointed with bespoke marble benchtops, the kitchen boasts quality appliances and a corner pantry.
Outside there are classic English hedges and cottage-style gardens that surround the home.
At the rear there is a large back yard, complete with an impressive cubbyhouse.
Tower Road is nicely positioned close to Hobart’s CBD, quality schools and the local shops.
CoreLogic figures show New Town’s median house price increased by more than 11 per cent in the 12 months to the end of April. In that time there were 60 houses sold, and on average they changed hands in 12 days on the market.